• Sourcebook Electromobility

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ads-tec GmbH

Lithium-ion energy storage systems for stationary applications

Contact person

Ansprechpartner ads-tec GmbH

Thomas Speidel
Raiffeisenstrasse 14
70771 Leinfelden-Echterdingen
Phone: +49 711 45894 455
Fax: +49 711 45894 990

Organization type

electrical engineering and infrastructure



energy transition. made in Baden-Wuerttemberg

"ads-tec develops and produces lithium-ion-based energy storage systems for stationary applications. These systems are scalable (including MWh range), and can therefore be used in many different energy transition applications, for example in e-mobility infrastructures. Big-LinX is an ads-tec-developed IT management cloud, for the intelligent and secure control and integration of energy fl ow, charging and discharging systems. ads-tec participates in numerous research and development projects. For example, ads-tec cooperates with EnBW within the iZEUS project to test the integration of an energy storage unit into a smart grid and its control via Big-LinX. The project researches, among other things, the management of all grid members through the central cloud system. The focus here is to guarantee the effi cient interaction of energy storage units and photovoltaic systems, and e-mobility charging stations (within the Smart Traffi c subproject) and Smart Homes. ads-tec has 100 per cent process and development expertise and is therefore an able partner in the development and production of customised battery systems. These energy storage units are produced in Germany. ads-tec is also involved in the Elektromobilität Süd-West cluster and the Schaufenster Elektromobilität project, and therefore remains in close contact with companies and research institutions along the entire value-adding chain."